Kim Yencho-Potter of Jefferson Township was recently named the Chairwoman for the Community Association Institute (CAI) Pocono Mountains Regional Council and will continue her term into 2018.

CAI focuses on "Building Better Communities."

Ms. Potter is also a member of CAI’s Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee (LAC) which is the largest community association advocacy organization in the United States. The LACs are pro-active in introducing and advocating for legislation that is beneficial to community associations and are equally active in opposing legislation that may have an adverse impact on the interests of community associations.

Ms. Potter is currently the Business Manager at Big Bass Lake Community Association, Gouldsboro.

She lives in Jefferson Township with her husband, Michael and son, Caden.